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Conondale Range Conservation have published newsletters that are available here.

This Newsletter includes: 

  • Fourtieth Anniversary of Conondale Range Conservation
  • Presidential Ponderings
  • Agricola Mine-site rehabilitation
  • Draft QLD Protected Area Strategy
  • A Wonderful National Park Opportunity
  • Yabba Creek

This newsletter includes:-

  • Vale Heather Harford
  • Presidential Ponderings
  • UNESCO rejects bid to de-list Tasmanian Forest
  • Jenifer Simpson received OAM
  • Charlie Moreland camp ground has a makeover
  • New Course for this year's Brownwater Classic

This newsletter includes:-

  • National Parks under threat
  • Presidential Ponderings
  • Young boat builder scoops the pool in this year’s Brownwater Classic
  • Mt Allan Firetower closed
  • World Environment Day 2013
  • Noosa Festival of Water 2013
  • Ecoflicks Award

This newsletter includes:-

  • Extinct frog hops back into the gene pool
  • Presidential Ponderings
  • Park Updates
  • A Spot of Frogging in the Conondales
  • Dam Folly
  • Sunday Creek Road to Jimna re-opens (briefly)
  • Trail Bike Riders trash walking track (once again!)
  • Mary River Festival looks to make a big splash in 2013

This newsletter includes:-

  • Marbled Frogmouth a threatened local
  • Presidential Ponderings
  • Poets’ Breakfast a great success
  • Mining Exploration Permit (EPM) Walli Project
  • Cat’s Claw Creeper
  • It’s Mary River Festival Time!
  • Connection Road Corridor

This newsletter includes:-

  • He left his Mark on the Conondales
  • Presidential Ponderings
  • Creek Crossings prevent 4WDs visiting Conondales
  • Glossy Black-Cockatoo
  • Mike and Sue Jess hand over reins of Off Beat Tours
  • First films take out Ecoflicks awards
  • Mary River Festival looks for volunteers
  • Des Ritchie recognised with OAM
 This newsletter includes:-
  • Working Bee Summer Falls Camp
  • Posselt's Paris Paddle for the Environment
  • Charlie Moreland Upgrade
  • 2015 Poets Breakfast 

This newsletter includes:-

  • Agricola MIne Site Update
  • Integrity of National Park System Protected
  • Queensland Ensures Environmental Clean-ups
  • Vale Eric Glassop
 
 
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